In-vitro fertilization (IVF) without painful injections, debilitating side effects, multiple births, or the dilemma of how to deal with leftover embryos? It exists, and it's called minimal stimulation in-vitro fertilization (MS IVF).
Predicting your chances for IVF success could be as easy as answering nine simple questions, according to a UK research team that claims to have produced the most accurate calculator yet for determining IVF treatment odds.
As the use of infertility drugs rises, so does the number of multiple births. These pregnancies come with some risks and decisions required, the most extreme being the difficult issue of selective reduction.
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